The power to recognize outstanding leadership in local communities now lies with all Northwest Indiana residents.
HAMMOND | One week after his predecessor entered into a plea agreement with the government, a high-ranking Latin King leader has followed suit in federal court.
Merrillville Schools Superintendent Tony Lux, left, and Merrillville Rotary President Brian Popp joined other community leaders Wednesday in delivering meals to Meals on Wheels clients such as Gregory Bolden.
Merrillville Rotary President Brian Popp, exits a vehicle as he helps Meals on Wheels volunteer Barbara Martin deliver meals Wednesday. Popp joined other community leaders in delivering meals to Meals on Wheels clients to generate awareness of senior hunger.
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